advance authentic Gurdjieffian Studies - against
counter-currents of indifference, variously motivated
'adaptations', and blunt hostility - we are immensely
grateful to those individuals who volunteer help in any way.
A few months ago
we were fortunate enough to receive from a generous donor
some primary correspondence - original letters written in
the 1920s by Gurdjieff and his first rank pupil P. D.
Ouspensky. We already host a major Gurdjieff Website
www.gurdjieff.org.uk and 'The Teacher of Dancing'
remains our unalterable focus. Nevertheless the receipt of
new Ouspensky material has spurred us to post
this companion Site
www.ouspensky.org.uk. How it develops remains to be seen and the views of visitors
to either of these sites will be most welcome.
We have been
fortunate to enlist the help of J. Walter Driscoll the
eminent Work bibliographer and of James Moore Gurdjieff's